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HisHwy wristbands allow you to display your beliefs at all times HisHwy wristbands allow you to display your beliefs at all times
SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (WJBK) -

HisHwy is a faith-based wristband company located right here in Michigan. With HisHwy bands you can easily represent your belief allowing you to display it openly and to evangelize easily.

The goal of HisHwy bands is "To get as many people on the narrow road because only few find it." (Matthew 7:13-14) HisHwy bands remind people of their faith, and offer a comfortable way to spread the Word of God.

HisHwy products can be a conversation piece. They can become an opportunity for you to spread the Word of God, share its meaning, and how it has helped you. Also, 10% of the net profits will be donated to charity.

Wearing your HisHwy wristband opens the door for you to share your faith and the love of Jesus. The message of doing it HisWay can be shared in the grocery store, at the gym, or even walking the dog.

Here are a few steps to help you get started.

Step 1. Purchase wristband.
Step 2. Wear wristband, and keep the insert card with you.
Step 3. When asked what does the wristband "mean"? Allow the card and scriptures to serve as a guide.
Step 4. Share how the wristband has served as a reminder to you. Nothing is greater than your own personal testimony!
Step 5. See how many people you can get to stay on the narrow road!

For more information or to purchase a HisHwy wristband, visit www.hishwy.com.

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